Alumna Laurel Wassner is the first cancer survivor to become a professional triathlete.
Adjunct professor and attorney William LaForge’s new book lays out best practices for testifying before Congress.
Recent George Washington grads plan to spend the next two years in the Peace Corps.
This month, alumna Anne Rittman Rancourt begins a two-year stint as a presidential management fellow.
A conversation with Anthony-Samuel LaMantia, founding director of GW’s new Institute for Neuroscience.
Current pop culture monster craze is nothing new, says GW professor Jeffrey Cohen.
Multidisciplinary institute will advance learning and research across the university.
Programs in applied politics, journalism and media and Native American political leadership draw students from other universities to campus.
GW Professor Scheherazade Rehman answers questions about financial reform bill.
Memorandum of understanding lays groundwork for further collaboration between GW and the institution.
189 high school students take summer classes through a special GW program.
Michelle Obama, Jill Biden and HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius outline new measures in announcement at GW.
GW is part of a partnership awarded $20 million by the National Institutes of Health.
GW to lead multi-institutional effort to establish center for AIDS research in D.C.